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Aberdeen Children’s Panel is holding a recruitment drive to find new volunteers to play a part in Scotland’s Children’s Hearing system.Recent changes have meant that Scotland now has a new single national Children’s Panel, which is populated with aro
Wide spread misunderstanding over who is eligible to foster is contributing to a chronic shortage of foster carers, according to foster care provider Action for Children.The charity conducted research to better understand the scale of the misundersta
The former wife of a wealthy Russian businessman has failed in her attempt to have their prenuptial agreement invalidated, reports RAPSI.Arkady Rotenberg divorced his wife, Natalie, in April of this year. The couple had signed a prenuptial agreement
A recent study by researchers at the University of Arizona has found that couples who have gone through a divorce or separation can run an increased risk of developing depression, but only if they already have a previous history of depressive episode

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